2019 Artist Info
Justin Kirk, 11am
In my mind, I'm a mix of Doc Watson and Bruce Springsteen. Out loud, well I'll let you judge.
Laura Zarougian, 11:25am
Mystic cowgirl songs. Laura Zarougian finds her inspiration in poetic form. Her music pulls from country and folk genres.
July 3rd hosting the open mic at the Branded Saloon
July 14th at C'mon Everybody
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Stephen Artemis Jr, 11:50am
A guy, guitar and harmonica. Stephen Artemis Jr.'s troubadour style of country-blues has drawn comparisons to early Steve Earle, Neil Young and Joe Pug. Catchy hooks, powerful guitar work and poetic lyrics are what make his songwriting stand out.
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Judy Kass, 12:15pm
Man Made Hills, 12:40pm
Rustic western folk rock
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Scat- acoustic- funk
Zach Cleven (guitar/ vocals)
July 6th at the Bowery Electric
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Debe Dalton, 1:30pm
Clawhammer banjo singer songwriter
Louise Luger, 1:55pm
Louise is a singer with a strong alto voice , who accompanies herself on guitar. She enjoys folk, country, gospel and old timely music, and just about any good song. She will be performing songs by great songwriters in the ' roots' traditional style , and some of her own originals. She has appeared at the Richmondtown County Fair, Paddy Reilly's , the Christopher Street Songwriter's Showcase, the Art by the Ferry Festival, in support of environmental organizations like The Sierra Club, and at many other venues. You may contact her about upcoming gigs, for performances, and to purchase CDs at: firstname.lastname@example.org. And feel free to send an email just to comment or chat about music.
Amanda Rose Riley, 2:20pm
DIY acoustic music influenced by folk, rock, and pop. I've performed everywhere from local cafes to punk rock cruises to events in London and Boston.
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Doug Goldstein, 2:25pm
Dougmore is the daydream of award-winning banjoist/writer/storyteller Douglas Jay Goldstein, casting ancient and modern mythologies through his eternal songs of memory, identity, love and loss.
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Tomoko, Jiayi and Rob, 3:10pm
Japanese Folk Songs, a playful set of Bach, and a bit of Oldtime. Tomoko: mezzo /Jiayi: harmonica / Rob: mandolin.
Jiayi He, a winner of prestigious awards in America, Europe, and the Far East, He has served as a member of the judging committees in the Asia-Pacific Harmonica Festivals held in Asian countries. Jiayi has appeared as a soloist with numerous orchestras worldwide. He has appeared on TV stations including NBC, New 12 Long Island, Queens Public Television, SinoVision, Sino Television... Mel Bay Publications, Inc published his books "Recital Pieces for Chromatic Harmonica" "Virtuoso Harmonica Solos" "Harmonica Encores". Jiayi has been a soloist at Carnegie Hall, General Assembly Hall at United Nations and other premier venues. Former New York City Mayor Bloomberg attended his harmonica seminar held at the "Harmonica Mass Appeal". Jiayi currently serves on the faculty of the Turtle Bay Music School in New York City.
Ali Sperry, 3:35pm
Since her 2017 release of "Crooked Feelings" Ali Sperry has been touring, writing, moving into a new house in Madison, TN, and most recently, getting hitched. Love is in the air and in this period of nesting in a new home and nurturing a new marriage, she delightedly released two new singles recently: "Louise" and "Tennessee Snow". Raised by musician parents in Fairfield Iowa, her childhood was tie-dyed in the music of the 60’s and 70’s: Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, Leonard Cohen, Simon & Garfunkel. Those folk roots nourish her sound, and intertwine with the daily inspirations and influences of the rich community of musicians in her Nashville life today. "Ali Sperry, a modest young singer/songwriter with a personality that comes over with sweet earnestness in such a competitive world, has an ambition. That goal is to reach listeners by creating lyrics and melodies, with effective production values, that will resonate with listeners in powerful but varied ways." -Ron Wray, No Depression
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The New Students, 4pm